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Reflections on the Wretched of the Earth


I am reminded of a book I read long, long ago:  Lanternari’s “The Religions of the Oppressed.”  (http://tinyurl.com/lqzrthu)  Throughout the world runs a theme of transcendence from oppression both spiritually and politically.  Society has always been led by the Big … Continue reading

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Sociopathy in Libya: Gaddafi’s Revenge


 Update 8/20/11  Tripoli under siege, will he go or will he die?   7//3/11  I originally posted this back in March but it’s worthwhile putting it at the top of my list for a bit of retrospective review.  Gaddafi, of course, is … Continue reading

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Egypt: Demands of Worker’s Revolution


To be sure the following list of demands is rough, coming just days after Mubarak stepped down ( if not out of the country).  Time will add other voices, political parties will appear, distrust will arise, counter-demonstrations will occur to differentiate philosophies. … Continue reading

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Mubarak is Out: Long Live (The Army) Egypt!


2/12/11 – carlos Egypt’s Revolution: You Can Put Lipstick on the Pig, I Still Won’t Kiss It Well, the thrill still lingers as Egypt basks in the glow of having removed a dictator.  I don’t see it that way.  Mubarak … Continue reading

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